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Free Group Coaching from RE:SET

We’re supporting RE:SET, a new virtual action learning programme for artists and creative freelancers, developed by creative agitators the hub.

Published: 08 July 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:31 PM
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Help each other wrestle with the impact Covid-19 is having on your careers and businesses. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Not sure what action learning is? Imagine having a team of inspiring coaches helping you with the hard stuff – that’s what it’s like to be in an action learning ‘set’ or group. It’s perfect for those looking for peer support, encouragement and a fresh perspective.

Through RE:SET, you’ll work with other artists/freelancers in your ‘set’, helping each other wrestle with the impact Covid-19 is having on your careers and businesses.

Guided by one of the hub team, you’ll explore each other’s key challenges and opportunities and unlock new solutions and insights.

RE:SET runs from late July to October, and is free to join. Applications close 12 July, and you can find out more on their website.

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